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Sameh Seddik is a young entrepreneur in Upper Egypt who chose to proactively start his own business instead of waiting for a job.

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2018 MENA Economic Monitor

As reform momentum is sustained, economic activity is expected to improve and imbalances are projected to narrow further.

The 15th May bridge, the Nile river & the Corniche Street in central Cairo. Photo: FCerez/Shutterstock
Improving Teaching and Learning in Public Schools

Increasing access to quality Kindergarten education and improving the quality of learning to achieve the reform objectives.

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